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The CMAC is excited to welcome Withrow High School as a member of the Cincinnati Metro Athletic Conference!  Withrow brings athletic and academic talent to the conference and schools in which it will compete with.  "We're extremely excited to bring Withrow High School back to the CMAC for all sports.  The CMAC is growing at a rapid rate in regards to sports offerings, participation numbers and now number of schools involved in competition.  In addition, having another CPS school in the mix makes sense for us and we believe Withrow adds to the strength and direction of the conference." Josh Hardin, CMAC Commissioner and CPS Athletics Manager.  Together with Withrow we become a stronger more united CMAC and we look forward to seeing the Tigers take the field!

Gamble Montessori Athletic Director, Dave Miller, has announced that  Michael Holmes will be the Varsity Boys Basketball Coach.  Coach Holmes has over 12 years of experience coaching basketball in the Cincinnati area with several of those in the Cincinnati Public Schools District.  Most recently he was the Head Boys Basketball Coach at Cincinnati College Prep Academy.  Coach Holmes impressed the Gamble hiring committee with his excitement to further grow the Boys Basketball Program at Gamble both on the court and off.  He has tremendous experience working with the youth of the Cincinnati Community and providing them with pathways to excel in life. 

Coach Holmes, welcome to the CMAC family!  We look forward to seeing you on the court this winter!


While spring sports may have been canceled and fall sports are several months away, CMAC athletes can access information on conditioning and strength training, nutrition information, mental health information and much more on the CPS Athletics Virtual Resource Center.   Visit CPS Athletics Virtual Resources for tips and to stay connected.  Together we become a STRONGER more UNITED Cincinnati Metro Athletic Conference!


On Monday, April 20, 2020 we learned from Governor Mike DeWine that schools would remain closed for the remainder of the school year effectively canceling the spring sports season.  Ohio High School Athletic Association was in communication with CMAC schools following this decision and reminding them that the OHSAA mandatory no-contact period will remain in place until May 3, however, is subject to extension.  While this has been a hard reality for our spring athletes, especially our seniors, the health and well-being of the CMAC's student athletes, coaches, parents and fans remains a top priority during the COVID-19 pandemic.  The CMAC will continue to post information as the situation changes and we return to a normal athletic schedule.  The CMAC congratulates all our 2020-2021 fall, winter and spring athletes.  Josh Hardin, Athletics Manager states "We are impressed with your hard work in the classroom and on the field.  Your commitment to academics and athletics and your unwavering flexibility during these extraordinary times is to be commended!  Through all of this we become a STRONGER more UNITED Cincinnati Metro Athletic Conference!"
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